The thought we all have of what happens when I die, as well as, the assumptions and projections of an angel of death permeates the psyche of much of humankind. The term the dark grim reaper is very frequently associated with being afraid of death and of the angel of death.
Let’s face it, we all at times we’ve all wondered, and asked: what happens when I die?
And, then, it seems we’d like proof heaven is real. The beliefs that society has about death angels are really different from one culture to the next.
The Course in Miracles teaches us that, “You are the Kingdom of Heaven, but you have let the belief in darkness enter your mind and so you need a new light.”
This worry is when we think about, what happens when I die, is of the result of human beings knowing that death is inescapable. It doesn’t matter how successful or poor you are.
Everybody will suffer that same fate at some time.
The fear of what happens when I die, is also the outcome of numerous people losing someone they enjoy.
They definitely aren’t prepared for it to take place.
They might feel that they have actually been cheated of the time with that person due to the death angels.
What about a Heaven Experience?
In the Course in Miracles, Jesus reminds us that, “When you are tempted by the wrong voice, call on me to remind you how to heal by sharing my decision and making it stronger.”
For some individuals though, death angels can be something reassuring. The angel of death is thought to come and take the spirit of that person to heaven with them.
But if we can use this imagination in a way that becomes REFLECTIVE POWER, I mean reflecting what you want in life into this world, you never have to worry about life ending.
I mean, come on man, let’s get on to what we do want in life, rather than all this fearful stuff!
There are plenty of illusory references by the ego-mind to the angel of death in our society.
For instance there are movies, art, books, and even video games that represent it.
Usually it is associated with something evil.
Being Afraid of Death
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Ok, think about this: In the film Ghost with Patrick Swayze the death angels are those that come for the bad individuals that die.
But, let’s be real here, and within yourself, which is why I strongly suggest you learn mindfulness training.
I mean how to access you real inner Self!
The death angel was projected to be dark black images that take the individual off shouting in a scary sort of way.
So remember, however you truly believe, it’s okay, because you are you, and don’t let others influence or try to frighten you in how your true heart and mind think.
But don’t let anyone convince you that a death angel is very dark and frightening.
The term grim reaper is a term, once dreamed up by someone along the line.
I’d rather, myself, see the death angels as that, “Something,” divine, and soothing, transitioning me to a Heaven is for real story, an awareness of total eternal oneness and wholeness of mind, where conflict does not exist, only bliss and ever-lasting peace.
To me, this is proof Heaven is real and is the Heaven experience, and answers to, what happens when I die.
What about you?
How do you truly, in your heart, think about death angels, or the Heaven is for real story?
(Please note, here’s a related article on how to experience spiritual healing by spiritual metaphysics.)
To the Heaven in you,
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